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Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust has awarded Helen's Hope Chest a $55,000 grant to purchase furniture, fixtures and equipment for a building under construction that will house the clothing, book and school-supply bank for foster children.
Arizona's jobless rate increased in August for the third month in a row, with indicators on the horizon that things may not get better for awhile.
Athlos Traditional Academy
3201 S. Gilbert Road
(480) 270-5422 or Athlos.LegacyTraditional.org
Part of the Legacy Traditional Schools chain, Athlos Traditional Academy has a heavy focus on athletics and health and fitness. The school offers a well-balanced lunch program and education on nutrition, as well as amenities like a regulation volleyball court and an indoor artificial turf football field. Athlos also excels academically, and was named an “A” school by the state for the 2013-14 school year.
Archway Classical Academy
1951 N. Alma School Road
(480) 855-6474 or ArchwayChandler.org
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Chandler Regional Medical Center
1955 W. Frye Road
(480) 728-3000 or DignityHealth.org/ChandlerRegional.com
The Chandler Regional Medical Center has grown substantially since its genesis in 1961. The hospital completed a new five-story tower Aug. 26 to host its trauma center, and Chandler Regional was designated a Level I trauma center — of which there are only 10 in Arizona — from the Arizona Department of Health Services in March. According to Chandler Regional, the expansion will lead to 180 new hospital staff members who will help the medical center better serve the city’s growing population.
NextCare Urgent Care
600 S. Dobson Road, Suite C-26
(480) 814-1560 or NextCare.com
FastMed Urgent Care
3705 S. Arizona Ave., Suite 1
(480) 214-7828 or FastMed.com
Dr. Warren Weisbrod
401 N. Alma School Road, Suite 1
(480) 821-0101 or WeisbrodChiropractic.com
Dr. Warren Weisbrod has been providing a full range of chiropractic services from his Chandler clinic since 1990. He specializes in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), a method he learned from the Prague School of Rehabilitation, and he is the only DNS-certified practitioner in Arizona. His wellness center aims for a pre-emptive strike on injury and illness by promoting health. Weisbrod Chiropractic’s services range from spinal adjustment to nutritional and advice.
2100 W. Chandler Blvd.
(480) 899-9855 or ChandlerChiropractic.com
Apex Wellness Studio
4960 S. Alma School Road
(480) 895-3775 or ApexWellnessStudio.com
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Dr. Harvey Lester
595 N. Dobson Road, Suite B-40
(480) 786-9030 or TheChandlerDentist.com
The official dentist for the Arizona Cardinals since 1997, Dr. Lester has vast experience providing general, cosmetic and restoration dentistry. Lester also specializes in sports dentistry, providing custom mouth guards that protect teeth and help prevent concussions.
Chandler Dental Health
1035 W, Queen Creek Road, Suite 206
(480) 899-6677 or ChandlerDentalHealth.com
600 S. Dobson Road
(480) 726-8464 or BlackwellDental.com
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Be warned of hidden hazards before stepping into flood waters. The Mesa Fire Department has a health warning in the event of more flooding in the Valley,
Gilbert-based Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center has begun storing tumor samples to research cancer.
Banner Health will host a seminar in Mesa on Oct. 4 to educate mothers and their daughters about the norms of puberty.
Democrat Fred DuVal and Republican Doug Ducey sparred on several issues during their first gubernatorial debate Wednesday in Chandler.
In what could be the first crack in the state's ban on gay marriage, a federal judge on Friday ordered the state to issue a death certificate for George Martinez that lists Green Valley resident Fred McQuire as his legal spouse.
More than 13,000 Arizona women terminated their pregnancies last year by abortion, a slight increase from the year before.
United Blood Services has a series of blood drives set up throughout the East Valley for the rest of the month.
A collection of local businesses made improvements on the Valley’s newest Ronald McDonald House.
A new support mechanism for the community will provide support for those who are in crisis, and their family members who see a problem but may not know where to turn. The Mesa Fire and Medical Department recently teamed up with Crisis Response Network (CRN) to offer the “Prevention Action Line” (PAL) and will establish a PAL Response Unit.
While spending time in a group discussion, one person stated that they pray for pain. Everyone stared with bewilderment. This person who prays for pain must of felt all eyes on them and explained further. They said that in pain they learn the most. That they learn to appreciate all the good times in life, to trust in God’s presence in the suffering, and to have hope that all is well. While I understand how suffering or trial can teach us things in life, I would never pray for pain or will difficulty on anyone. In fact, most of humanity seeks to pursue pleasure and run from pain. Nevertheless, that group conversation has reframed my thoughts lately.
Post-secondary education leaders from institutions across Arizona discussed issues related to the future of their field at a Chandler Chamber of Commerce event on Sept. 4.
Dr. Al Borhan and his Valley urologist colleagues are teaming up with the nonprofit Prostate On-site Project to make the Herculean feat of getting skittish menfolk tested for prostate cancer easier and more accessible through mobile-testing units.
Chaparral Elementary School recently received a grant to help it improve the fitness level of its students.
Chandler’s Fire, Health & Medical Department was reaccredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) at the Fire Chiefs International Conference Aug. 13-16 in Dallas, Texas.
An east Mesa church received a $5,000 grant to fund its ministry for beleaguered individuals.
If good weather, lots of seniors and a host of recreation options are important for you, then Arizona communities are a good place to retire. At least that's according to a matrix of indicators built by WalletHub, a personal finance web site that looks at such things.
A man legally married in California whose husband died last week in Tucson wants a federal judge to issue an emergency order requiring Arizona to list him on the death certificate as the spouse.